**NOTE: Enter # of officers attending then click “Register Here” Advanced Patrol Tactics With today’s increasing threats against Law Enforcement, it’s paramount law enforcement officers receive the necessary training to handle any situation that arises. The Advanced Patrol Tactics course is a reality based force on force course specifically designed for patrol officers interested n
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Advanced Patrol Tactics is a course designed for the street level patrol officer to enhance knowledge base, improve on established foundations of tactics, and provide exposure to tested methods in order to increase survivability in dynamic high risk environments.
With today’s increasing threats against Law Enforcement, it’s paramount law enforcement officers receive the necessary training to handle any situation that arises. The Advanced Patrol Tactics course is a reality based force on force course specifically designed for patrol officers interested n learning how to deploy advanced tactics when responding to various high stress situations encountered in a patrol environment.
By utilizing reality based force on force immersion techniques, officers attending the Advanced Patrol Tactics course will experience hands on training in traffic stops, proper vehicle engagement tactics, understanding the contact cover rule and how to apply it, basic tactical trauma care, rescuing a downed officer and self aide buddy aide.
Additional topics covered include basic low light, initial 2–3 man building search and room clearing techniques, developing and deploying a quick reaction detail for the first 2-3 responding officers to eliminate an eminent threat such as an active shooter, terrorist, suicidal subjects, deadly force situations, and completing the objective in a safe effective manner while keeping laws, policies and procedures in mind.
I recently attended the Reality Based Training (RBT) Force on Force Instructor Course by P2 Concepts in Brownsville TX, hosted by the Brownsville Police Department. The course itself consisted of three solid days of instruction with teach backs, demonstrations, drills and scenarios which each student in attendance was responsible for conducing.
The objective for the RBT Force on Force Instructor course is learning to effectively design and implement reality-based training (RBT) utilizing Non-Lethal Training Ammunition (NLTA). Together with instruction, the trainer will gain greater conceptual understanding by participating in a variety of reality-based NLTA skill building exercises by active participation as a team member tasked with the development and implementation of group exercises utilizing NLTA.